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Cummins releases Apple iOS app

Posted on October 21, 2014

Cummins Inc. released a free QuickServe Online (QSOL) mobile app for Apple iOS devices. The QSOL mobile app provides easy, on- the-go access to Cummins part options, parts catalogs and engine dataplate information for 15 million Cummins Engine Serial Numbers (ESNs). It also includes a fault code analyzer for Cummins electronic engines, providing specific fault code details and analysis.

"The QuickServe Online mobile app puts Cummins parts and service information right in the hands of our customers, with easier access than ever before, allowing them to find the most accurate information faster and getting them back on the road quicker," said Mike Champlin, director, information products, Cummins new and ReCon parts.

The free QSOL mobile app is available globally for download in the Apple Store by searching for "QuickServeMobile." Users of the QSOL app are encouraged to send their feedback. A "Send Your Feedback" button is included in the Settings feature for users to conveniently submit general feedback and suggest enhancements.

QSOL is continually updated with the latest Cummins parts and service information, allowing mobile app users to find the right part number or fault code information 24/7/365.

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